Day: July 24, 2007

Losing my religion

A reporter for the LA Times looks at how the stories he covered affected him and his spiritual journey. William Lobdell relates how he went from enthusiastic believer to despair over the actions of the leaders and members of churches, especially as they covered up sex abuse by clergy.

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Walking to Emmaus Consultation

Anglican Communion bishops from 29 dioceses in Africa and 22 dioceses in the United States are meeting through July 26, in Spain, for a consultation on mission: “Walking to Emmaus, Discovering New Mission Perspectives in Changing Times.”

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Asking the right question

We need to define for our generation what we mean when we say we are Anglican. We need to incorporate as many perspectives and as many voices as possible in the process. We need, I believe, to hold off on defining too clearly autonomy or interdependence or mutual structures until we have made significant progress in that work.

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A mirror of life

If your heart be right, then every created thing will become for you a mirror of life and a book of holy teaching. For there is nothing created so small and mean that it does not reflect the goodness of God.

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